"By Anglers, For Anglers."
Breakline founders – Bry Shields, Coleman Beale, Stuart Beale and Bobby Jones – share a passion for fishing and the great outdoors. Growing up in Alabama, we spent most of our youth learning the waters of Mobile Bay, the Alabama River and Gulf of Mexico or otherwise fly fishing the Chatooga in North Carolina many summers. We have traveled the back woods in search of turkey, quail and whitetail deer. We have spent many weekends landing trout and redfish in the Louisiana marshes too. In short, we know what anglers really need. Breakline was created “by anglers, for anglers.” Unsatisfied with the direction many large eyewear brands have taken their product and customer service, we sought out the resources and knowledge to create a top quality, proven product with lenses that are affordable, yet with unmatched clarity.
We achieved this mission with the Italian frames and Z-920 lenses by Zeiss. We expanded this mission by extending a warranty that is broader than anyone else in the industry. Finally, we believe in giving back and supporting the veterans who gave up so much for this country. Each sale contributes to wounded veterans. You will not be disappointed with Breakline sunglasses. Just follow us on social media and you will quickly see how many professional anglers are using our product. If it’s good enough for them, shouldn’t it be good enough for you? See through Breakline, see like a pro!
Supporting our Nation and Those who Serve
Breakline is committed to the fishing industry and believes it provides many great benefits to our society. We are also committed to supporting our great nation and those who serve. As a way to show our support, we are proud to be raising money for Heroes On the Water, which is a non-profit using therapy programs that involve getting wounded warriors out on the water, fishing in solidarity with each other. These programs have been proven to help relieve symptoms of ongoing stress and even PTSD in many wounded veterans. Will you help us reach our goal of $5,000 by the end of 2016?